If you're a MindNode user, you can start working on your mind map in SideNotes.
All you need is to create a note with an outline structure. Like this:
Tip: to shift your text right, just press ⌘[ and to shift the text left, press ⌘]
So, when you have such note, simply open the shortcut and you'll get a proper mind map and you can continue working on it in MindNode.
Quickly Open Existing Mind Maps
In SideNotes, you can store a file shortcut that can be open quickly. All you need is to drag a file and drop it into your note (or as a new note.)
Now you don't have to look for the file anymore. Simply open SideNotes, double-click the file and that's it.
Get MindNode via Setapp
It's worth mentioning that both SideNotes and MindNode are available on Setapp, which provides you access to over 200 apps for just $9.99 a month.
Get the Shortcut
To download this shortcut, simply click the following button:
You can also find more shortcuts on the Shortcuts page.